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Old 04-03-2012
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Re: Is it an Islander 32 mkII?

A bit of history here:

Sailboats built by Islander / Tradewind Yachts by year on

.. the I32 from the 60s shown here doesn't look like your pics exactly, but the hull form is similar. Somehow I doubt any production boat would have a "homebuilt" HIN prefix - unless it was completed as a hull/deck kit perhaps. This is not the Gurney designed 32MKII.

Anyhow in the link there's an extensive list of Islanders that you can check out, but none I looked at are an exact match.. Happy Hunting!

Learned something today though, I had no idea that Bob Perry's Nordic 34 was 'born' as an Islander 34!

1984 Fast/Nicholson 345 "FastForward"

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